In all, 86 percent of the 126 graduates are going on to secondary education. Many are staying local, attending University of New Hampshire, Keene State College, Franklin Pierce University, Southern New Hampshire University, and New Hampshire Technical Institute.
Essayist Nicole Lister challenged her classmates to dream big no matter what they do after high school.
“If you’re looking to change the world, do it. End world hunger. Design the next big thing for Apple. Become president. Make a million dollars. Create world peace. Go beyond expectations. Be whoever you choose.”